Newsletter 2016 Winter Edition

NCDVTMH Launches a Webinar Series on Trauma-Focused Interventions for Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence

Although research on trauma-focused interventions continues to grow, there are still only a limited number of interventions designed specifically for responding to the traumatic effects of domestic and sexual violence. One of NCDVTMH’s current key initiatives is to help fill … Continue reading

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New Resource – The Relationship Between Intimate Partner Violence and Substance Use: An Applied Research Paper

This applied research paper provides an overview of recent studies on the relationship between substance use and experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV), including the prevalence of co-existing substance use and IPV. While there is some evidence suggesting a relationship between … Continue reading

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New Resource – Research Brief: Women Who Experience Intimate Partner Violence and Prenatal and/or Postpartum Depression: Prevalence and Interventions

This timely research brief explores the relationship between Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Prenatal and/or Postpartum Depression highlighting an emerging body of research indicating that IPV increases a woman’s risk for developing PPD and that experiencing any mental health condition … Continue reading

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New Resource – Member Programs’ Survey

Since 2013, NCDVTMH has been working with state/territory domestic and sexual violence coalitions to measure changes in their member programs’ capacity for engaging in work from a trauma-informed perspective. To this end, NCDVTMH developed the Member Programs Survey (MPS) for … Continue reading

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New Resources – Trauma-Informed Legal Advocacy Project!

We have several new resources as part of the Trauma-Informed Legal Advocacy Project! Webinar: Trauma-Informed Legal Advocacy: An Introduction A recording of this webinar is now available! You can find the recording at the following link: http://www.nationalcenterdvtraumamh.org/trainingta/webinars-seminars/2016-webinars-on-independent-topics/ Webinar & Newsletter: … Continue reading

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New Resource – Promising Practices and Model Programs

Trauma-Informed Approaches to Working with Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence and Other Trauma The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health (NCDVTMH) is engaged in efforts to identify, assess, and share information on evidence-based and promising trauma-informed … Continue reading

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New Resource – Substance Use/Abuse in the Context of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Trauma

Substance Use/Abuse in the Context of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Trauma is a comprehensive curriculum and training module. Authored by Patricia J. Bland, M.A., CDP and Debi S. Edmund, M.A., LPC, and edited by Erin Tinnon, MSW, it is … Continue reading

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